Socials-Ms. Sue

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A transformation system can help or hinder industrialization because well, with a highly developed transformation system you can produce products in better working conditions. It would be much easier to transport stuff around especially on better roads. Also, if the transformation system is not up to the job of bringing in big amounts of raw materials or delivering out great quantity of goods,all at low cost, then it is useless to investing in machines,the transportation costs will make the follow-on goods too expensive.

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    Great!

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    thank you:-)

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    You're welcome.

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